Josh Norman, Ty Nsheke ruled out for Redskins’ Monday night tilt with Eagles

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ASHBURN, Va. – If the Redskins want to end their Monday night football woes in Philadelphia, they’ll have to do it without the services of their starting cornerback Josh Norman.

Redskins cornerback Josh Norman is examined by trainers

For the second straight game, Norman will be sidelined with a rib injury that he sustained in the last Monday night game against the Chiefs.

When asked about Norman’s injury progress on Saturday, Gruden said that “there wasn’t a setback. He just hadn’t got cleared from the doctors yet.”

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Offensive lineman Trent Williams, cornerback Bashaud Breeland, running back Rob Kelley, and linebacker Mason Foster were other notables listed as questionable but expected to go on Monday night.

The Redskins have struggled in Monday night games, losing 12 of the last 14 outings.


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